Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A Tale Times Two

 Once upon a time, the Master came across a little snake in our yard.  At first he was cautious and had to check things out from a safe distance.
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That didn’t last long! 
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That snake kept him entertained for a long time.
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Once upon a time, Frodo came across a little snake in our yard.  At first he was cautious and wanted to check things out from a safe distance. 
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That didn’t last long!
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That snake kept him entertained for a long time.
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The end.

8 comments:

Alisa said...

I knew better than to trust you! I have to read your blog everyday, no matter what you say.
That snake is much better than the one that kept us entertained at the ball fields a few weeks ago. One of the dads got bit by a baby rattlesnake. That was scary! Luckily, he's fine now.

Dawn, said...

Snakes, ugh!! My son loves to show me each and ever slithery critter he comes across. That boy should NOT share so much! Snicker!

April said...

That was like a really cute story book for boys!!!

bdaiss said...

Ugh! Snakes. Why must boys and cats love them so? I prefer to shoo them off to quieter places where they won't slither across my foot when I'm not looking.

CountessLaurie said...

cool colors on that snake. all we get are boring garter snakes (which is plenty for me, thanks!!)

melanie said...

Was that "the end" for the snake too? ;-)

MrsMama said...

No, the little snake slithered off after the boys were done playing with it. I hope he is far, far away now. :)

Blessings Flow Down said...

Thank goodness Master Munchkin, picked it up and could carry it AWAY from you! Ew, ew, ew...I don't like snakes.